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SOLD Minnkota small craft bow motor mount. SOLD

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Brand new MinnKota small craft bow motor mount.

From picture seems like it is used to install transom mount motors to small boats or canoes without bow platform.

Price at $ 30.00, I can ship it but it's heavy

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might be interested..... ill get back to you asap, depends if i am allowed to get a boat blush.gif

what is the thrust?

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Hey valv, any ideas on how a guy would put his bow running lights on if he were to use this?

I have been thinking about one of these...

Edit:

How far are you from Mankato? If I could figure out a way to rig up the lights, I could pick er up next weekend if its within an hour drive or so.

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Its not a trolling motor, just a mount for one blush.giftongue.gif

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At a dang good price too! These mounts retail for much more. Valv I check the distance to my place. I sent you an e-mail about my interest also.

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Yes, this is the MOUNT ONLY not the motor.

F4L, I just sent you an email.

Thanks

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Yup, knew that

Reply sent...

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I am very interested, can you tell me if it says what motors it works with, I have a 55 maxxuum. Please send me any additional pics you might have. stellaradam@hotmail.com

P.S. Thanks for the pics of the motor, I am looking for something a little newer though.

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SOLD!!!! Thank you Fishin4Life !!!!

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Your welcome. See ya on the 27th.

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